Reviews and Problems with Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
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football1651 , GameStop
13 October 2013
Summary: i have played banjo kazooie and tooie and loved them, but when i got this i was disappointed. rare turned it into a racing game, collecting jinjos was complicated, you had to do something for them. the world looked like they took a day to build. but the graphics and sound are good. but this horrible times 10 compared to the other 2.
Summary: a game that was suppose to be released a long time ago is finally here but with mix review. new elements of this game is pretty much building up a new vehicle that can either be driven, sail or even fly that is by of course following the rules of the challenges and still the platforming feel is still intact (a little honestly since majority of your time will be building up new vehicles for your next challenge).
Summary: Banjo-Kazooie has been around for quite sometime. I have always enjoyed their games, given the excellent graphics & visuals. This game is no exception. Its fun for the family to sit around the living room & enjoy a good game together, especially the kids.
Summary: This game is amazing. Despite what people say about it, its really one of the better games on the 360. Yes its not the old school Banjo we were all looking for, but this game is still darn good in its own right. Game lets you create whatever kind of vehicle you want so you can complete the missions in the areas of the game. Anything from a plane to a boat or even a car! If you're a fan of the old Banjo games, then try this out.
Summary: This was a pretty fun game in all.I like it and all but it starts off to slow.My main complaint is that it did not live up to banjo kazooie or banjo tooie.I really don't like the car mechanic compared to the collecting mechanic.I think they should have kept the collecting because it was really just more fun than this.